Unlike Tz’u hsi, Guangxu was a very progressive leader; he was interested in Western ideas and technology. He began building railroads, modernized the military and overhauled the legal system, and all of his hard work was driving the trapped Tz’u hsi berserk. She just couldn’t see anything positive coming out of Westernizing China, and she was certain that all of these “improvements” and all of this technology would weaken the people of China, make them more dependent on goods and items, and ultimately cause the cultural structure of the country to collapse.
What’s OnThis five part drama written by Bill Armstrong, tells the story of high flying Delhi graduate Dr Prem Sharma (Bhaskar), and his wife Kamini (Dharker), who change the lives of a South Wales mining community forever.Prem and Kamini come to the UK as part of the wave of doctors and their families from the Indian Sub Continent wooed by Enoch Powell. Much to Kamini’s disappointment, instead of the promised high wages and glamorous lifestyle of London, they end up in a South Wales mining community.There, they quickly become embroiled in the lives of the villagers, and find themselves becoming detectives to uncover a scandal affecting the health of the coal miners.Mark Williams plays Richard Sharpe, the manager of the local colliery. Desperate for promotion and to get away from the village, he’s modernised the way the mine works in an attempt to impress his bosses; but he’s very anxious to find the previous doctor diary which he knows contains a secret that could destroy him.Liam Keelan, Controller BBC Daytime said: “It’s really important that this distinctive new drama is being made for BBC One Daytime as part of our continuing drive to bring our viewers good quality original drama.
The comparatively disappointing results from primary preventive programmes for cardiovascular disease also moved the focus of research to secondary prevention programmes. The Southampton heart integrated care programme was such a programme. It was led by specialist nurses who coordinated and supported follow up care in general practice of patients who had a hospital diagnosis of myocardial infarction or angina..
I have two sons, both past school age; one is autistic, the other is ‘gifted’. I say gifted in that in Year 9, age 14, he was awarded a gold standard by the United Kingdom Mathematics Trust, one of only two awarded that year in his school. I would have preferred the monies and effort had been spent on ensuring my gifted son had received a better school education.